neverputt packaged as an IoT GUI

neverputt packaged as an IoT GUI

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Install latest/stable of neverputt packaged as an IoT GUI

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

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Install using the command line

sudo snap install mir-kiosk-neverputt

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neverputt packaged as an IoT GUI

neverputt packaged for use with Ubuntu Frame on Ubuntu Core

For information on deploying an IoT GUI based on Ubuntu Frame see: https://mir-server.io/docs/how-to-guides

This snap will only work on Wayland compositors, but doesn't require Ubuntu Frame specifically. For example, it can be used on GNOME/Wayland by running mir-kiosk-neverputt, but that isn't the intended use.

When used on Ubuntu Core, mir-kiosk-neverputt will automatically run as a daemon on startup. If building an embedded system based on another OS then you may need to enable the daemon with:

snap set mir-kiosk-neverputt daemon=true

Details for neverputt packaged as an IoT GUI

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Last updated
  • 27 February 2024 - latest/stable
  • 8 March 2024 - latest/edge

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